About Logan Strategy
Logan Strategy Inc. works with Boards and management teams who want to achieve ambitious goals, and with work teams who want successful action plans. We help teams to articulate their vision of the future, and translate that vision into a practical roadmap for long-term decision-making, operational plans, or supporting policy briefs.
Owner and president Jane Logan has worked with private industry and non-profit management teams for 25 years leading big picture policy development and business development projects. Jane’s senior management experience helps bring perspective to in-house teams that sometimes suffer from group think. Her emphasis on building stakeholder support is rooted in an early career as a Ministerial assistant on Parliament Hill, and in eight years as a registered lobbyist for national trade associations. She believes in the importance of coalitions and bridge building. Recent experience teaching strategic planning at the University of Ottawa enables her to combine the latest tools and theories with a coaching approach.
Through our network of similar companies, we can provide a full range of services for larger projects. Our focus is on ensuring client needs are met in the most cost effective way.
Jane is a Certified Professional Facilitator, a designation earned through the International Association of Facilitators. She has taken numerous associations and private companies through planning sessions that produce achievable plans and consensus that lasts long after the planning meeting. She is fully bilingual.
- Independent consultant, 2001- present
- President and CEO, Specialty and Premium Television Association, February 1997 to December 2000
- Vice-President Radio, Canadian Association of Broadcasters, 1993-1997
- Telesat Canada, 1983-1993 – various positions culminating in Vice President, Business Development, Telesat Enterprises
Education & Certification
- C.P.F. (Certified Professional Facilitator) IAF, 2005, (recertified 2009)
- SDI Facilitator, 2009
- M.B.A, Marketing, University of Ottawa, 1986
- Bachelor of Journalism, Carleton University, 1979